2B,3B,SS - FA - RET
Jose Reyes announced his retirement from the game of baseball on Wednesday.
After a 16-year career the 37-year old Reyes is hanging up his cleats. His most impressive achievements all occurred as a member of the Mets, where he led the league in stolen bases three-consecutive seasons (2005-2007) and triples four separate times. He finishes his stellar career with a .283/.334/.427 triple slash to go along with 145 home runs, 131 triples, and 517 stolen bases.
Jose Reyes went 2-for-3 with two solo home runs in a loss to the Nationals.
Reyes started out August with a bang by tripling his season total for home runs in one night. The 35-year-old veteran finished up July with a poor slash line of .180/.241/.220 so there is little hope that he improves upon those numbers over the rest of the season. Reyes is nothing more than a bench option in very deep NL-only leagues.
Jose Reyes went 1-for-3 with a stolen base in the Mets’ win over the Padres.
Reyes now has back-to-back games with a hit and was able to pick up a stolen base in today’s win. Despite increasing his average four points, he is still only has a .182 batting average on the year. Reyes should still remain off fantasy rosters.
Jose Reyes went 1-for-4 Monday night against San Diego with one RBI.
Reyes is still not showing anything special this season. He was finally able to gather a hit post All-Star break Monday night and collected his second RBI since the mid-fall classic. For those people hoping the All-Star break would turn his season around it does not seem like that will be the case as he is hitting .143/.250/.143. Reyes should not be on a fantasy roster no matter the format.
Jose Reyes went 0-for-3 with a walk and an RBI. He also struck out once.
The awful season for the veteran infielder continues as the All-Star break is now in the rearview mirror. The only highlight for Reyes on Saturday was a bases-loaded walk in the ninth inning to bring home a run. It was only his third RBI of July, but he has one in each of his last three starts. It looked like Reyes had turned his season around in June when he slashed .257/.366/.343 but the numbers have fallen back down to unusable. There is no need to roster the veteran in any fantasy format.